Exhibiting in Barcelona!

1st July to 4th July 2018 at Centre de Convencions Internacional de Barcelona (CCIB) Plaça de Willy Brandt, 11-14 08019 Barcelona Spain Annual meeting of ESHRE. For scientists and the fertility industry. Fertility Fest 2018 have organised to be part of this conference and will be showing seven or eight artists on one of the floors of the building. I’m planning to do a minimal installation of a Childs bedroom, a couple of my doll photos and a hand made photo album of the whole doll photo collection. Really looking forward tom it as I love Barcelona. Barry is coming…

My project “Photos I’ll never take” is featured in the Stylist online.

Here is the link to see the article. I’m delighted to be in the article and have some recognition of my work.  They have featured a few of the artists appearing in fertility Fest 2018 https://www.stylist.co.uk/life/meet-the-artists-exploring-the-invisible-struggle-of-infertility-fertility-fest-2018/205895   Meet the artists exploring the invisible struggle of infertility 19 hours ago SHARE TWEET Written by Moya Crockett Moya is Women’s Editor at stylist.co.uk, where she is currently overseeing the Visible Women campaign. Carrying a tiny bottle of hot sauce on her person at all times is one of the many traits she shares with both Beyoncé and Hillary Clinton. Infertility is a subject that…

Showing my work at Fertility Fest Saturday 12th May

Looking forward to Fertility Fest and delighted to part of it. Its a wonderful supportive event that talks about fertility and modern families. It’s a much bigger event than in 2016. I’m presenting my art project “Photos I’ll never take”  on Saturday 12th May. This time, as well as photos, I’ll also have some videos. 150 artists are taking part and it runs for six days. It included a week long workshop in February, at the National Theatre, exploring fertility education, which I was proud to be part of, and also includes an exhibition in Barcelona in July, which I…

Webinar- “We are worthy”

Will be taking part in a webinar today. As part of the “We are worthy” summit.   Its from 5pm to 6pm. The event is run by Nicci and Andrew Fletcher, who publish a magazine called- “The childless not by choice.” Here is the link for the webinar-  https://weareworthysummit.com Here is the link for Fertility fest 2018- https://www.fertilityfest.com

More good news regarding my artworks

Its just been confirmed that the funding has been awarded to Fertility Fest for next year. Well done to Jessica Hepburn!  This means that I will definitely be doing a workshop with The National Theatre – week commencing 26th February 2018, and also a talk in London about my work on May 12th 2018, for Fertility Fest. I’m delighted!  I will have to finish my photo album of “Photos I’ll never take” and possibly also my romance books video. Its good to have a deadline. We will be planning the workshop over the next couple of weeks, so I’ll know…

Exhibition details. Fertility Fest

I will be a Guest Speaker in Fertility Fest talking about my projects “Photos I’ll never take” and “The death of hope” on these dates and venues: Birmingham                                                                                                                                              Saturday 28th…

Invitation to private view of East Sussex Open at the Towner Gallery

The exhibition is on Friday 8th March 6.30pm to 8.30pm. at The Towner Gallery in Eastbourne. I’ve had two photos selected, Birthday and Bluebells. Just delivered them today. It felt great to be selected for such a big gallery. This is a first for me. It’s great to  begin to get some recognition for my work.  It was fabulous to wander round and take a sneak preview of the exhibition. I’ve put the prices up now too.  

Delighted to be selected for the Towner Gallery, Eastbourne.

Just got the news that I have been selected for the East Sussex Open at the Towner Gallery. They selected the photos Birthday and Bluebells. I’ve already posted both these photos, but happy to post them again with this note. Both are already printed and framed from my exhibition in Brighton, so I only need to work on the text to go with it. So pleased, it means that my cv is beginning to look quite respectable now. Its such a slog entering all these things. I had had a last minute dash to Eastbourne to deliver the disc and…

I’m going to be in the same documentary as Tracy Emin!

A lovely lady, Katie Barlow has been filming me and my work since the Brighton Photo fringe. She’s doing a documentary about people who are not able to have children, who have made a creative response to it. So my project “Photos I’ll never take” is ideal. At first we joked that as she can’t find other people, who have expressed themselves creatively, it might just be about me and her. Anyway, Tracy Emin has now agreed to be interviewed for it! This takes it into another ball game. It’s quite possible it could end up on TV now. She’s…